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Information about Wagrain-Kleinarl, Update: 15.09.2021

The corona virus (SARS-CoV-2) breaks through our normality. But the health and safety of all of us comes first. On this page we would like to inform you about the current situation and about the measures to be taken in summer 2021 in Wagrain-Kleinarl.

Please always observe the following 5 rules:

  • Don't shake hands and avoid hugs
  • No mask obligation (neither FFP2 nor other mouth-nose protection) in the catering, tourism or leisure industry - where the 3-G rules do not apply, mouth-nose protection is obligatory!
  • Wash hands thoroughly several times a day
  • Sneeze or cough into the crook of your arm or into a handkerchief

Corona regulations as of September 15th:

Staged plan for the fight against the Corona pandemic

Corona regulations will be set with immediate effect depending on the occupancy rate of intensive care beds in hospitals:

  • Stage 1: If a 200 ICU bed occupancy rate is expected, the following measures will come into effect: 
    • Antigen tests are only valid for 24 hours from the time the test is taken                                      
    • Wherever mouth and nose protection is currently provided (shops for daily needs, public transport), an FFP2 mask will become compulsory
    • In addition, wearing an FFP2 mask in shops will become compulsory for unvaccinated people; however, wearing an FFP2 mask is also recommended for vaccinated people! Random checks will also be carried out by the police.                                                            
    • The 3-G rule applies to gatherings of as few as 25 people (currently the limit is 100 people). Stricter control of the measures in force
  • Stage 2: 7 days after exceeding 300 occupied intensive care beds, the following measures will come into force: 
    • In night catering and similar settings, as well as in gatherings without assigned seating with more than 500 persons, only vaccinated and/or recovered persons have access (2-G rule)        
    • Antigen tests with self-acceptance ("living room tests") are no longer valid for 3-G
  •  Stage 3: 7 days after 400 occupied intensive care beds have been exceeded, the following measures come into effect:
    • Access restrictions are extended. Wherever the 3-G rule applies, only vaccinated and/or recovered persons or persons who can show a negative PCR test will have access.

Note: Due to the currently expected occupancy rate, the level 1 measures will come into force on 15 September.

All information has been compiled with the greatest possible care, but all information on this page is without guarantee!
INFORMATION ABOUT THE HOLIDAY 2021

Information, measures and rules for safety and health

  • Stage 1: If a 200 ICU bed occupancy rate is expected, the following measures will come into effect: 
    • Antigen tests are only valid for 24 hours from the time the test is taken                                      
    • Wherever mouth and nose protection is currently provided (shops for daily needs, public transport), an FFP2 mask will become compulsory
    • In addition, wearing an FFP2 mask in shops will become compulsory for unvaccinated people; however, wearing an FFP2 mask is also recommended for vaccinated people! Random checks will also be carried out by the police.                                                            
    • The 3-G rule applies to gatherings of as few as 25 people (currently the limit is 100 people). Stricter control of the measures in force
  • Stage 2: 7 days after exceeding 300 occupied intensive care beds, the following measures will come into force: 
    • In night catering and similar settings, as well as in gatherings without assigned seating with more than 500 persons, only vaccinated and/or recovered persons have access (2-G rule)        
    • Antigen tests with self-acceptance ("living room tests") are no longer valid for 3-G
  •  Stage 3: 7 days after 400 occupied intensive care beds have been exceeded, the following measures come into effect:
    • Access restrictions are extended. Wherever the 3-G rule applies, only vaccinated and/or recovered persons or persons who can show a negative PCR test will have access.

Note: Due to the currently expected occupancy rate, the level 1 measures will come into force on 15 September.

EVIDENCE AS AN ENTRY TEST (Children just need an entry test form the age of 12!)

  • TESTED
    • PCR test at an authorized site (validity: 72 hours)
    • Antigen test at an authorized site (validity: 24 hours)
    •  Authorized antigen test for self-testing (validity: 24 hours) NOT VALID FROM STAGE 2
    • Self-testing under supervision in an authorized place (validity: single entry)
    • School tests
  • VACCINATED
    • Just with completed vaccination!
  • RECOVERED
    • Certificate of segregation
    • Medical confirmation of infection that has occurred in the last 6 months and is currently expired
    • Proof of antibodies, which is not older than 3 months

The green passport is already valid in Austria. The use of this digital certificate is voluntary. It is possible to create and verify it with a QR code. Likewise, it is still possible to use a paper certificate in combination with a photo ID within Austria.

Source: Sichere Gastfreundschaft & Ski amadé

We are very happy that you can finally come back to us! All information on safe entry & exit can be found under the following links:

Self-tests with QR code are available for you in your accommodations. These tests must be carried out by yourself and entered into the corresponding app (self-test RK Salzburg). There is no need for supervision, instructions can be found here.

Here you can find more important information about the PCR tests:

  • The PCR tests (gargle tests) are in principle available to everyone free of charge, regardless of the purpose and whether a person is insured in Austria. Please note that this regulation only applies to the Red Cross test lanes.
  • The test offer (antigen rapid test or PCR test) at some pharmacies is still subject to a charge for persons who are not insured in Austria.
  • The Red Cross has pointed out that due to limited capacities, the PCR tests should only be used if a corresponding proof is actually required (e.g. for night catering). 
  • Please register here for the respective test offer www.salzburg-testet.at.

If you feel uncomfortable on vacation in Wagrain-Kleinarl and get typical Corona symptoms such as dry cough, unusual tiredness or fever, contact the health hotline 1450. There you will get all the information how to best protect yourself and your fellow human beings. In any case, please reduce your contact with other people, avoid crowds and public transport and, if possible, go to quarantine.

For your vacation in Wagrain-Kleinarl there is a detailed plan of when to contact whom. This is still in development and will be put online shortly.

In the meantime, you are welcome to find out more about the general Austrian measures.

All information has been compiled with the greatest possible care, but all information on this page is without guarantee! Source: Österreich Werbung
  • Stage 1: If a 200 ICU bed occupancy rate is expected, the following measures will come into effect: 
    • Antigen tests are only valid for 24 hours from the time the test is taken                                      
    • Wherever mouth and nose protection is currently provided (shops for daily needs, public transport), an FFP2 mask will become compulsory
    • In addition, wearing an FFP2 mask in shops will become compulsory for unvaccinated people; however, wearing an FFP2 mask is also recommended for vaccinated people! Random checks will also be carried out by the police.                                                            
    • The 3-G rule applies to gatherings of as few as 25 people (currently the limit is 100 people). Stricter control of the measures in force
  • Stage 2: 7 days after exceeding 300 occupied intensive care beds, the following measures will come into force: 
    • In night catering and similar settings, as well as in gatherings without assigned seating with more than 500 persons, only vaccinated and/or recovered persons have access (2-G rule)        
    • Antigen tests with self-acceptance ("living room tests") are no longer valid for 3-G
  •  Stage 3: 7 days after 400 occupied intensive care beds have been exceeded, the following measures come into effect:
    • Access restrictions are extended. Wherever the 3-G rule applies, only vaccinated and/or recovered persons or persons who can show a negative PCR test will have access.

Note: Due to the currently expected occupancy rate, the level 1 measures will come into force on 15 September.

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All information has been compiled with the greatest possible care, but all information on this page is without guarantee! Source: Sichere Gastfreundschaft, Österreich Werbung & Ski amadé
  • Stage 1: If a 200 ICU bed occupancy rate is expected, the following measures will come into effect: 
    • Antigen tests are only valid for 24 hours from the time the test is taken                                      
    • Wherever mouth and nose protection is currently provided (shops for daily needs, public transport), an FFP2 mask will become compulsory
    • In addition, wearing an FFP2 mask in shops will become compulsory for unvaccinated people; however, wearing an FFP2 mask is also recommended for vaccinated people! Random checks will also be carried out by the police.                                                            
    • The 3-G rule applies to gatherings of as few as 25 people (currently the limit is 100 people). Stricter control of the measures in force
  • Stage 2: 7 days after exceeding 300 occupied intensive care beds, the following measures will come into force: 
    • In night catering and similar settings, as well as in gatherings without assigned seating with more than 500 persons, only vaccinated and/or recovered persons have access (2-G rule)        
    • Antigen tests with self-acceptance ("living room tests") are no longer valid for 3-G
  •  Stage 3: 7 days after 400 occupied intensive care beds have been exceeded, the following measures come into effect:
    • Access restrictions are extended. Wherever the 3-G rule applies, only vaccinated and/or recovered persons or persons who can show a negative PCR test will have access.

Note: Due to the currently expected occupancy rate, the level 1 measures will come into force on 15 September.

All information has been compiled with the greatest possible care, but all information on this page is without guarantee! Source: Sichere Gastfreundschaft & Ski amadé
  • Stage 1: If a 200 ICU bed occupancy rate is expected, the following measures will come into effect: 
    • Antigen tests are only valid for 24 hours from the time the test is taken                                      
    • Wherever mouth and nose protection is currently provided (shops for daily needs, public transport), an FFP2 mask will become compulsory
    • In addition, wearing an FFP2 mask in shops will become compulsory for unvaccinated people; however, wearing an FFP2 mask is also recommended for vaccinated people! Random checks will also be carried out by the police.                                                            
    • The 3-G rule applies to gatherings of as few as 25 people (currently the limit is 100 people). Stricter control of the measures in force
  • Stage 2: 7 days after exceeding 300 occupied intensive care beds, the following measures will come into force: 
    • In night catering and similar settings, as well as in gatherings without assigned seating with more than 500 persons, only vaccinated and/or recovered persons have access (2-G rule)        
    • Antigen tests with self-acceptance ("living room tests") are no longer valid for 3-G
  •  Stage 3: 7 days after 400 occupied intensive care beds have been exceeded, the following measures come into effect:
    • Access restrictions are extended. Wherever the 3-G rule applies, only vaccinated and/or recovered persons or persons who can show a negative PCR test will have access.

Note: Due to the currently expected occupancy rate, the level 1 measures will come into force on 15 September.

All information has been compiled with the greatest possible care, but all information on this page is without guarantee! Source: Sichere Gastfreundschaft & Ski amadé
The trailrunners start the Aerothlon in Kleinarl | © Philipp Reiter

Many accommodations offer the "Easy Storno" (cancellation). With this you can cancel free of charge until 14 days before arrival! Just book online and look for the green seal. 

You can read more about "Easy Storno" here. 

Green sign for easy storno | © Feratel